Learn how to find high-quality information, deal with copyright, track information resources, and keep up with new, relevant research.
Tuesday, November 25
This interactive workshop will cover a range of issues related to finding and using information in community based and non-profit organizations. Topics include finding high-quality information, accessing open access research, using and producing information and images in today’s copyright environment, tracking information resources, and keeping up with new research relevant to your organization.
Cara Bradley is the Teaching and Learning Librarian at the University of Regina. She has a BA and MA in English from the University of Regina, and a MLIS from the University of Alberta. Her professional and research interests centre around information literacy, and include its role in social justice and community engagement, its expression in diverse academic disciplines, as well as information literacy policy development.